Fourteen Indian nationals who were under long detention in Yemen have been released, according to the Indian Embassy in Djibouti.
Retweeting a tweet by the Indian Embassy in Djibouti, on Sunday the Indian Embassy in Muscat thanked the Government of Oman for its support.
‘The 14 Indian nationals who were under long detention in Sana’a have been released today. The Embassy had been in constant contact with them. Our local Embassy official in Sana’a is making arrangements for their safe return to India,’ Indian Embassy in Djibouti said.
The Indian Embassy in Muscat said, ‘We also appreciate the efforts of Omani authorities and thank the Government of Oman for its continuous support.’
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